Kobra put the fate of the Earth at risk-and now he wants Katana and the Squad to work beside him to clean up his mistakes. As the fight on his ark heats up, they'll all need to decide what is most important!
Aside from some minor quibbles this is a satisfying conclusion to a six part series that gives two usually minor characters the spotlight. It may not have quite achieved everything it set out to do, but each story is worth a look regardless for different reasons. Read Full Review
Bits and Pieces:Well as far as conclusions go, this one is down the middle. What I mean by that is that Deadshot's story did really well wrapping things up in a kickass way, while Katana left me wanting more explanations and fights with the Squad. Despite the story complaints, both stories had great art, with props to Katana's Colorists for making the Aurakale and Halo's powers look so beautiful. I only wish that they just sold the Deadshot story instead of both... Read Full Review
As I said, Deadshot's half of the book is much, much better as we essentially get Deadshot vs. Deadshot in a deadly game that sees Floyd Lawton's daughter's life hanging in the balance. It reminded me of the head-to-head mode from the Splinter Cell games and managed to significantly raise the overall score I'm awarding this issue. Read Full Review